It took a long ass time for hot celebrity lesbian Emily Bett Rickards to have a nude picture come out, but it was worth the wait as it’s a full frontal complete with trimmed pussy on show – we thought she mighta had a shaved bald vagina but turns out Emily prefers the Brazilian look, sometimes known as a landing strip. Her tits also look bigger than they ever have previously, she should wear a bra less often and show off those puppies – definitely at least a nice handful to grab onto while you fuck her doggystyle!
That delicious fully nude pic is further down, so scroll through all the sexy pics we have posted here of this easy going, fun loving actress – she has a beautiful quality about her where she obviously enjoys life and goofing off with friends, even letting her girlfriend grab her boobs, as you’ll see below :-D
Facts, thoughts, and trivia about Ms Bett Rickards intersperse the nude and sexy images, so without further ado lets get this show on the road…
She is best known for her role as Felicity Smoak in the DC Comic’s Arrow TV series, as well as her role as a member of the Justice League of America. She also worked on the short film Sidekick, in which she played a much older character and was directed by “Arrowverse” alumni Jeff Cassidy. In the sequel to Cowgirls and Angels, titled “Cowgirls & Angels: Dakota’s Summer,” Rickards was cast as Kristen Rose, the daughter of Haley Ramm, who played the protagonist Dakota.
It’s no secret that Emily Bett Rickards is one of the most popular characters in the DC Comics universe, and not just because of her role as Felicity Smoak. After receiving a Leo Award nomination, the actress returned as Felicia Smoak in the second season of the flsh and was given a regular role.
She has also reinterpreted the role in the Arrow verse and voiced the character in the animated web series “Vixen.” She has also appeared in other series, including “The Flash,” “Supergirl” and “Legends of Tomorrow,” and has also appeared as a guest on these spin-off shows. Other shows include “Legends of Tomorrow,” an animated spin-off, and other characters from the arrow-matching game.
In a one-to-one phone interview, actress Emily Bett Rickards talks about how she liked the script and what she found most appealing about the role. She was always looking for who Kim is, her favorite scenes for shooting and more. When you’re juggling with Felicity and you’re actually playing someone like Kim, are you really coming off the set and forgetting the set? So Kim was obviously a different character from Smoak on Arrow, but she was so much more than that. She always brought such an energy boost when she showed up in Arrow’s early days, so I’m really excited to play her.
Emily was trained in musical theatre, but I never sang or danced in the Arrowverse, and even I was supposed to be in one of them. I am a singer – songwriter – I studied for musical theatre, so I had to perform on the screen and sing and dance. The actress is no longer part of the main cast and has resumed her role as Felicity for the final episode. She’s played a small part, mainly as Felicity Smoak, but she’s still one of my favourite characters on the show.
Rickards’ performance has earned her plenty of praise, which she shares with co-star Stephen Amell, as well as a number of awards. I don’t know if anyone likes what I’m saying. I say, but As I got older, I realised that I actually adored her and was related to her. I feel like Felicity has been doing this all along, so I’m taking what I can get.
Emily is likely in a relationship with Aisha Tyler – Instagram photos Emily and Aisha posted seem to suggest that their relationship has something more to offer. Stephen Amell and Emily Bett Rickards have been keeping fans updated on social media since they first appeared publicly on “Arrow” in April 2015. During an interview with the New York Times, they responded to some fans while pulling back after someone asked them when they realized Arrow was more than just a TV show. After answering the questions, Amell and Rickard took turns answering questions about their love for each other and the show itself.